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Fire board official could learn fate in January

The Northeast Ambulance and Fire Protection District board president will have an evidentiary hearing at 9:30 a.m. on Jan. 8 to determine whether he should be removed from office. A petition filed by St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Robert McCulloch ...

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Sun shines on cops’ internal affairs

  The results of police departments’ internal investigations will be more accessible to the public after a ruling by a St. Louis circuit judge. Judge Philip D. Heagney ordered on Friday that the St. Louis Board of Police Commissioners release ...

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Missouri a ‘judicial hellhole’ no more

Missouri courts must have done something right this year. They weren’t on the annual list of “judicial hellholes” and were removed from the report’s “watch list.” The circuit courts in the city of St. Louis, St. Louis County and Jackson ...

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Union Station must live by e-mail deal

An appeals court has upheld a settlement reached between two parties via e-mail. The Missouri Court of Appeals Eastern District affirmed a trial court’s judgment enforcing a settlement between St. Louis Union Station Holdings and the Discovery Channel Store. The ...

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Appeals court OKs e-mailed settlement

An appeals court has upheld a settlement reached between two parties via e-mail. The Missouri Court of Appeals Eastern District affirmed a trial court’s judgment enforcing a settlement between St. Louis Union Station Holdings and the Discovery Channel Store. The ...

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